- Me in Math class: This is so pointless. When am I ever going to use this?
- Me playing Magic the Gathering: If average power of creatures in the set is .85/mana and average toughness is 1.28/mana, then the set should be 57% slower than Zendikar limited, which means games should go about 12.667 turns with a standard deviation of 4.12 turns, so I should draft midrange decks when seeing fewer than X removal spells for toughness < 4 by X+2 pick.
- Me playing D&D: For strength 62 at level 18, using 346 lbs as medium load for 22 strength x (4^4) for nonlinear carrying capacity scaling beyond the table, x 3 for size = 265728 lbs, when thrown weapons deal (N-400)/200 x 1d6 + 5d6 + (strength bonus) x 1.5 where N=265728, my hulking hurler deals 1331d6 = 1331 x 3.5 = 4697 per hit.
- Me playing League of Legends: If my base gold generation rate is 13g/10s and Heart of Gold at 825g increases by 5g/10s, it'll pay for a Sight Ward at 75g after 2:30 and itself in 27:30 netting ((n-1650) x .5)g where n is seconds since purchasing Heart of Gold.
- Me in Math class: I'm never going to use this. Why am I learning this?
Magic The Gathering: Duels Of The Planeswalkers 2012 - Review
2009’s Duels of the Planeswalkers was a landmark moment for collectible card games on the digital consoles. Originally launched on Xbox Live Arcade, Duels of the Planeswalkers was a brilliant way to introduce new players into Magic the Gathering, and a fun new way for experienced Magic players to try the game in a new environment. In 2011 comes Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012, the next major iteration of Magic the Gathering on consoles for Xbox, PS3, and PC via Steam. Packed with new modes and new decks, Duels of the Planeswalker 2012 is a great buy.
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Magic the Gathering meets Mass Effect’s Tali!
Magic the Gathering meets Mass Effect!